The Alibi salon occupies a large loft in a cast iron building in Soho, New York. The salon features a black and white motif with black stations flanking a row of white columns that traverse the space. This row of columns make a strong statement throughout the space and serve the purpose of concealing all of the wiring that is needed to service the stations. They also support shelving for product and holders for the stylists tools. The idea for the columns resulted from the fact that many of these cast iron buildings typically had columns like this through the space, the columns seem like they have always been there. The black and white motif is continued in the bathroom, changing room and in the shampoo area with a baroque patterned wallpaper. A portion of this baroque pattern was enlarged to create an abstract mural on the walls throughout the main salon space. Other unique design features of the salon include the crystal chandeliers, illuminated front desk, and lounge area.